Archaeal

Some articles on archaeal:

Evolution Of Flagella - Archaeal Flagellum
... The recently elucidated archaeal flagellum is analogous, not homologous, to the bacterial one ... between the genes of the two systems, the archaeal flagellum appears to grow at the base rather than the tip, and is about 15 nanometers (nm) in diameter ... Sequence comparison indicates that the archaeal flagellum is homologous to Type IV pili ...
Pyrococcus C/D Box Small Nucleolar RNA
... nucleolar RNA are non-coding RNA (ncRNA) molecules identified in the archaeal genus Pyrococcus which function in the modification of ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and transfer RNA (tRNA) ... snRNA biogenesis, but there is no corresponding visible structure in archaeal cells ... Computational screens of archaeal genomes have identified C/D box snoRNAs in a number of genomes ...
Phylum - Lists - Archaeal Phyla/Division/Kingdoms
... Crenarchaeota, Second most common archaeal phylum Euryarchaeota, most common archaeal phylum Korarchaeota Nanoarchaeota, ultra-small symbiotes Thaumarchaeota ...
Archaeocin
... Production of these archaeal proteinaceous antimicrobials is a nearly universal feature of the rod-shaped haloarchaea ... hinges on recovery and cultivation of archaeal organisms from the environment ... preliminary analysis of 75 isolates showed that 48 were archaeal and 27 were bacterial ...